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    Quote Originally Posted by markmar View Post
    I didn't understand what have you wrote. Only the last sentence. But the word " quit " hit a nerve somewhere in my right brain hemisphere. If you want to give orders , just buy a dog.
    about 15 years ago i talked to a guy that found some big nuggets with a metal detector in the area of waggoners lost gold...i ran across the pic today..thought some of you guys might want to see it
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    Quote Originally Posted by azdave35 View Post
    about 15 years ago i talked to a guy that found some big nuggets with a metal detector in the area of waggoners lost gold...i ran across the pic today..thought some of you guys might want to see it
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    Hey, now that looks Familiar just not cleaned up to look brilliant. I could clean that dirty gold for him. Just some rubber gloves and a few dips is all it takes.

    Nice gold pic, Babymick1 looks exactly like mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrmickel1 View Post
    Hey, now that looks Familiar just not cleaned up to look brilliant. I could clean that dirty gold for him. Just some rubber gloves and a few dips is all it takes.

    Nice gold pic, Babymick1 looks exactly like mine.
    yes...its dirty and still crystalline...which means it didn't travel far from the source
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    Quote Originally Posted by azdave35 View Post
    about 15 years ago i talked to a guy that found some big nuggets with a metal detector in the area of waggoners lost gold...i ran across the pic today..thought some of you guys might want to see it
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    Could be from the Wagoner outcrop since there don't exist another source IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by markmar View Post
    Could be from the Wagoner outcrop since there don't exist another source IMO.
    its in the right area could be..either way its good stuff
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    Quote Originally Posted by azdave35 View Post
    its in the right area could be..either way its good stuff
    Dave,..... Look close at that gold, there is still the host rock with the gold. That gold wasn't placer it was broken out of the host rock which is rusty red color. That can only be hematite or bouse and it looks a lot more like hematite.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Roberts View Post
    Dave,..... Look close at that gold, there is still the host rock with the gold. That gold wasn't placer it was broken out of the host rock which is rusty red color. That can only be hematite or bouse and it looks a lot more like hematite.
    the guy that found the gold thought the same...he spent a lot of days prospecting the area and never found the source...i guess you could call it placer because it was found at the base of a hill at the creek line...he figured the source was on the hill but couldn't locate it

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    Quote Originally Posted by azdave35 View Post
    about 15 years ago i talked to a guy that found some big nuggets with a metal detector in the area of waggoners lost gold...i ran across the pic today..thought some of you guys might want to see it
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    Dave thatís a pretty good matchup to your pic,
    Did anybody claim to have found waggoners lost gold or perhaps I did find it, I never claimed it was the Dutchmanís.

    babymick1
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    Quote Originally Posted by wrmickel1 View Post
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    Dave that’s a pretty good matchup to your pic,
    Did anybody claim to have found waggoners lost gold or perhaps I did find it, I never claimed it was the Dutchman’s.

    babymick1
    this guy posted pics on all the nugget shooter forums when he found them...if you look around you might be able to find his post and read the story
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    Quote Originally Posted by wrmickel1 View Post
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    Dave that’s a pretty good matchup to your pic,
    Did anybody claim to have found waggoners lost gold or perhaps I did find it, I never claimed it was the Dutchman’s.

    babymick1
    People make all kinds of claims...I have made quite a few myself...lol...Some of us may never know for certain exactly what is that we have found...I still believe I have been to a little silver deposit somewhere in Mexico...I am not all that sure of where the deposit it...Other than the state...Oh well...

    You know what you know Mick...And you really don't need to share it with any of us...Just as I do not care to share any of my little play areas with anyone on this site either...Maybe one day you may write a book about it Mick...At least you have pictures...Heck...I don't even have any of those...hahaha

    Ed T

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnWhite View Post
    People make all kinds of claims...I have made quite a few myself...lol...Some of us may never know for certain exactly what is that we have found...I still believe I have been to a little silver deposit somewhere in Mexico...I am not all that sure of where the deposit it...Other than the state...Oh well...

    You know what you know Mick...And you really don't need to share it with any of us...Just as I do not care to share any of my little play areas with anyone on this site either...Maybe one day you may write a book about it Mick...At least you have pictures...Heck...I don't even have any of those...hahaha

    Ed T

    Yah I know Ed, But I do intend to post the Peralta Stone Maps, Finnal Destination. Pictures the hole step of the way. But when I do I’ll already have filed claims on the important sites. I don’t see no harm in that. And they can judge the results themselves. But there will alway be the skeptics can’t Please everyone. But 99.999 will be.

    Cause they an’t seen nothing yet. BTO

    Babymick1
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    Quote Originally Posted by wrmickel1 View Post
    Yah I know Ed, But I do intend to post the Peralta Stone Maps, Finnal Destination. Pictures the hole step of the way. But when I do I’ll already have filed claims on the important sites. I don’t see no harm in that. And they can judge the results themselves. But there will alway be the skeptics can’t Please everyone. But 99.999 will be.

    Cause they an’t seen nothing yet. BTO

    Babymick1
    WE CANT WAIT MICK

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrmickel1 View Post
    Yah I know Ed, But I do intend to post the Peralta Stone Maps, Finnal Destination. Pictures the hole step of the way. But when I do I’ll already have filed claims on the important sites. I don’t see no harm in that. And they can judge the results themselves. But there will alway be the skeptics can’t Please everyone. But 99.999 will be.

    Cause they an’t seen nothing yet. BTO

    Babymick1
    Claim...We don't need no stinking claim...hehehe...You can file as many claims as you like Mick...I have no plans on going that route...Too many headaches...And that would let the cat out of the bag...

    It is about time someone has done something about them dang pop ups...There are still a few of them around but it is much better...

    Ed T...

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    Quote Originally Posted by markmar View Post
    I didn't understand what have you wrote. Only the last sentence. But the word " quit " hit a nerve somewhere in my right brain hemisphere. If you want to give orders , just buy a dog.
    NECROPOSTING (necro= pertaining to death, posting= posting) is when you post on a thread that hasn't been active for several years. Typically, the OP (original poster) will not be an active poster any more, as well as other people (like Blindbowman). You would do better by just starting a new thread on the subject. Now........SIT!

    Mike
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    Quote Originally Posted by gollum View Post
    NECROPOSTING (necro= pertaining to death, posting= posting) is when you post on a thread that hasn't been active for several years. Typically, the OP (original poster) will not be an active poster any more, as well as other people (like Blindbowman). You would do better by just starting a new thread on the subject. Now........SIT!

    Mike
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